Fighting COVID with Advanced Technologies:
HPC Roadmap for a Mission Critical, Rapid Deployment Event
Thursday, February 18th, 2021
2:00 – 3:30PM ET | 11:00 – 12:30 PT
Hear from speakers at Panasas, UCSD CMI, BioTeam, Google, Intel, NIH, and Quantum
Join us to learn best practices and engage in spirited discussions with your peers to further understand how HPC, storage, data, and science will play a critical role in managing COVID-19 and, ultimately, finding a cure.
Gain insight into technology and solutions addressing COVID-19 and other Life Science challenges through real world use cases.
Network with your peers to solve your most pressing initiatives in big data, HPC and cutting-edge technologies including networking, storage and applications.
CMI-Panasas Case Study Session – 3:10 – 3:30PM ET | 12:10 – 12:30PM PT
Return to Learn: Reducing transmission with early detection through wastewater monitoring
Dr. Andrew Bartko, Executive Director of the Center for Microbiome Innovation (CMI) at UC San Diego will discuss how, even as the virus has surged throughout the county, UC San Diego has maintained a positivity rate of less than 1% among its student body. Learn how wastewater monitoring can be used as part of the next early detection program for safely returning to schools, work, or ensuring the protection of any large building.
What Does Hot and Cold Data Mean to You? Optimizing performance and capacity to accelerate research
Adam Marko, Director of Research Solutions at Panasas will talk about alternatives to the traditional multi-tiering model of separate storage systems. As data sizes continue to grow and AI/ML initiatives take hold, the idea of what constitutes hot and cold data is changing.
Director, Research Solutions Panasas
Dr. Andrew Bartko
Executive Director of the Center for Microbiome Innovation (CMI) UC San Diego